Ghanaians couldn't stop talking about the magnificent billions worth mansion constructed by NPP MP John Kuma of the Ejisu Constituency. He made this edifice for his party to be used as a party office.
While some people were astonished about the time frame within which the edifice was constructed, others ruled in the cost.
Yes, one and half years while other government projects like school buildings, hospitals and other offices are left to rot.
Some questioned a the source of funding for the edifice. It's not a bad idea building an edifice for your party but it becomes questionable and worth debating when the public sees it as not a priority over other public projects.
Well, the New Patriotic Party NPP is proud of Lawyer John Kuma for such an initiative but the public is watching.
Check out how Nana Boakye announced the project on Facebook.
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